Getting the right technology in place is the easy part of law firm innovation. The hard part is getting your lawyers using it.
Watch Stuart Barr, Scott Reid and Kate Simpson have a lively discussion about change management strategies and soft skills that innovation teams can use to help lawyers adopt new technology.
Duration: 45 minutes
Scott is Director of Knowledge Management & Practice Innovation at Bryan Cave, where shapes and implements KM processes within the firm, including the implementation of innovative content, tools, methods and technologies that improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the firm’s legal services. Prior to his law firm experience, Reid served as a practicing attorney in the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps.
Kate is responsible for developing the knowledge management strategy and initiatives at Bennett Jones, and leads a team of KM specialists in delivering practice tools and resources that leverage the firm's intellectual capital. Prior to Bennett Jones, Kate was a consultant to many Canadian, UK and global law firms advising them in the design and implementation of useful, usable and engaging KM solutions that benefited both the lawyers and their clients.
Stuart is an enterprise social computing expert and technologist with over 15 years experience in web strategy, development, management, consulting and a unique background in the legal, professional services and social computing industries. He currently works as CSO at HighQ where he leads product strategy.